Calgary Stampeders (14-3) at BC Lions (10-7) November 1, 2013 8:00pm MDT BC Place, Vancouver, BC TV: TSN / ESPN3 Radio: CHQR AM770 / TEAM 1040 GAME PREVIEW DEPTH CHART & ROSTER GAME NOTES GAME OVERVIEW The Stampeders conclude the regular season with a visit to Vancouver’s BC Place on Friday to face the Lions. The Stamps (14-3) have clinched first place in the West Division and a bye to the West final, which will be played at McMahon Stadium on Nov. 17. Calgary has a chance to match a franchise record for wins in a season — the Stamps won 15 games in 1993, 1994 and 1995. The Stamps have won five straight games, the team’s longest winning streak since a six-game run in 2010. BC (10-7) is locked into third place in the West and will travel to Regina to face the Saskatchewan Roughriders on Nov. 10 for the West Division semifinal. Both teams are coming off Week 18 victories — the Stamps knocked off the Roughriders 29-25 at McMahon Stadium while the Lions posted a 43-29 home-field win over the Edmonton Eskimos. This is the fourth meeting of the season between Calgary and BC, with the Stamps winning two of the first three encounters. The home team has won every game so far as the Stamps won 44-32 on June 28 and 40-26 on Oct. 11 at McMahon while the Lions prevailed 26-22 on Aug. 17 at BC Place.